Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership

Information for Accepted Students

Transforming Leaders. Transforming Healthcare.

Key Program Dates - Class of 2016, beginning study August 2014

Key Dates for Class of 2016

Billing Dates - Class of 2016, beginning study August 2014

A non-refundable $1,500 US program deposit is due within 6 weeks of notification of acceptance and will be credited to program fee payment.

First Payment Billing June 1, 2014 Due Aug 1, 2014 $24,633

Second Payment

Billing  Nov. 1, 2014 Due Jan. 1, 2015 $24,633
Third Payment Billing March 1, 2015 Due May 1, 2015 $24,633

Third Party Billing Authorization Form


Hotel Providence is the preferred hotel for Executive Master of Healthcare Leadership program participants and a block of rooms is held before each residential session for your convenience. For rate information and to book a room,  please contact Hotel Providence directly at and mention that you are attending Brown University’s Healthcare Leadership Program. For online reservations, click here.

Online Learning

View the Online Learning Technical Requirements to ensure you have the proper hardware and browsers to effectively participate in the online learning environment. Visit Blended Learning at Brown to learn more about the online and on-campus learning experience.

Program Enrollment Policy Information

The comprehensive tuition covers the academic program and related fees. It does not include travel, room and board for the residential sessions at Brown University, books and materials that may be required for courses, or health insurance premium. Health insurance with a U.S. carrier is required for all Brown students while on campus; students without coverage may purchase insurance from the University. Additional information and forms will be provided at a later date.

The majority of students enrolled in this program are self-supported. Graduate students who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents may be eligible for loans through the Federal Direct Loan Program (including Stafford and Graduate PLUS loans). The University has an installment payment plan, which allows billed costs to be spread out over time. Please visit the Financial Aid website for information about financing options.

A non-refundable $1,500 US program deposit is due within six weeks of notification of your acceptance to the program by Brown University and will be credited to program fee payment.

Student Conduct

Students are expected to read and abide by the policies in the Brown University Academic and Student Conduct Code.

For International Students

Please be aware that graduate students who are not U.S. citizens or permanent residents of the United States are required to document their ability to meet all anticipated expenses in the 2013-14 academic year. Proof of your ability to meet all costs is best provided in the form of an original bank certificate (not a copy) that indicates the current availability of the required amount in U.S. currency or funds easily convertible to U.S. dollars. The adequacy of your financial arrangements is subject to reviews by University authorities, and by the U.S. consulate at the time of your visa application. When satisfactory certification is presented, the appropriate entry form (I-20 or DS-2019) will be issued to you. If applicable, support for your spouse and children will likely add $5,000 for each person to your annual expenses.


Students on leave seeking to return to active status in their program must pay a readmission fee of 3.125% of the annual tuition, in addition to the tuition charge appropriate for their status in the program. The fee may be waived for students who leave the program for extraordinary circumstances and choose to re-enroll. 

Refund Policy*

Students who leave or change their enrollment status at the University during or at the end of Term I are not charged for Term II.

Students who withdraw the University (except under conditions noted below) or change their enrollment status during a term are eligible for tuition payment refunds during the first five weeks of the term according to the following schedule: 

Week of Withdrawal            Refund Percentage

First two weeks                                 80%

Third week                                        60%

Fourth week                                      40%

Fifth week                                         20%

If a partial refund is made, no portion of the tuition paid and not refunded is credited toward the total tuition required for the degree. When no refund is made, the four tuition units paid are credited toward the total tuition required for the degree, and the number of terms to which the student is entitled for full-time enrollment is appropriately reduced.

Students who are suspended or dismissed or withdraw when under investigation for misconduct are not eligible for a tuition refund for the term in which the suspension, dismissal or withdrawal occurs.

U.S. Federal loan recipients are also bound by the Federal refund policy for loan funds.  Please contact the Office of Financial Aid for more details.

*Exception: Student accounts financed by the Installment Payment Plan (IPP) are not eligible for a refund until all obligations to the IPP and the University account have been met. Please visit the Bursar's Office website for more information regarding Installment Payment Plans (IPP).